Ryo ONODERA <ryo_on%yk.rim.or.jp@localhost> writes: > From: "OBATA Akio" <obata%lins.jp@localhost>, Date: Sun, 04 May 2014 10:24:33 > +0900 >> Then, next proposed changes are: >> * Only use x11-links for the case builtin X11 is monolithic >> * Otherwise, builidlink dynamically >> >> Because, with modular X11, we can check version of each builtin >> X11 modules and can be handled individually, it is same as other >> buitin package handling other than X11 related packages. I think we're too close to branching to do this now, but after 2014Q2 is cut this seems perhaps ok. However, I wonder if it's really feasible to mix and match given -L flags. >> For that matter, X11_TYPE=modular is ambiguous, because buitin >> X11 is modular in these days, so it should be called as >> X11_TYPE=pkgsrc instead. > > Looks very good idea for me. We could change, but should accept the old "modular" for quite a while. So this change would really be about accepting "pkgsrc" and perhaps warning on "modular". That seems ok to me.
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